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Dr. L. E Ansong

Head of Department

With the turn of the century, the field of mechanical engineering enters a particularly vital era. The “information age,” born in the last century, has already affected every aspect of our discipline and, without a doubt, revolutionized the field of mechanical engineering.

At the beginning of the 20th century, mechanical engineers designed and worked with large rotating machines. Today, our work spans all areas of energy production and transfer, as well as the vast area of system design and control.

Mechanical Engineering as an engineering subject has great relevance and provides valuable insights for students who are interested in understanding transmission and maintenance issues in society.  Mechanical Engineering has gained importance in various transmissions and power generation in this changing world. It provides a foundation for students in their quest to know hands-on skills based on Competence Based Training (CBT) models in both workplace and research.

The four-year Bachelor of Technology programme in Mechanical Engineering seeks to prepare students with the appropriate skills for the understanding of workplace experience. This programme will develop and sharpen the workplace capabilities of students and appropriately apply the relevant skills in establishing themselves in small to large scale businesses or fit into the industry requirement.

Goal and Objectives of the Programme

The goal of the programme is to provide students with the necessary hands-on skills and training through practical and workplace experience and internships to help them improve their skills in analyzing and finding solutions to technical and vocational issues and problems.

 The specific objectives are to:

  • Enable students to acquire relevant technical/vocational skills and perspectives on manufacturing and maintenance problems
  • Enhance students’ analytical and problem solving skills on manufacturing and maintenance problems.
  • Help improve the ability of students to deal with technical/vocational problems